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Oconto County buys old Wisconsin DNR ranger station

Josh Martinez, Wisconsin DNR Natural Heritage Conservation Bureau ecologist, told the Natural Resources Board that the Niagara escarpment supports many rare snails, and some of the oldest trees in Wisconsin. (Photo by Tim Eisele)

The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board (NRB) approved the sale of the old Oconto Falls DNR ranger station building and accepted the donation of 9.22 acres near Egg Harbor at its
Feb. 28 meeting.
The former Oconto Falls ranger station was no longer needed. The DNR received $150,000 from Oconto County, plus has the right of access to update the fire prevention sign.

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